Spring 2011 Courses
Economy of China
ECON 30a (undergrad) & ECON 252f (IBS module)
The course is intended to give students a deeper understanding of present-day China, including the challenges and opportunities presented by international trade and finance, population and the environment, income inequality, science and technology, and political reform.
Fall 2010 Courses
Starting with a brief overview of marketing disciplines, the course will develop strategies for entering and operating in diverse international markets at varying levels of investment. The case study method will be used to examine the process that leads to a successful marketing strategy, including financial analysis, economic and geographic evaluation, cultural and political assessment, and infrastructure evaluation. Usually offered every fall.
Asia: Center of World Economy
With half of the world's population, one quarter of its output, and twice its growth rate, Asia is emerging as the center of the world economy. This course examine Asia's economic dynamism and the companies, investments, and policies that are shaping its future. Usually offered every fall.